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Mamie Gummer to Guest-Star on The Big C

Mamie Gummer

Off the Map's Mamie Gummer, The New Adventures of Old Christine's Hamish Linklater and Smash's Brian D'Arcy James will guest-star on The Big C this season, Showtime announced Friday.

Gummer and Linklater will play a young couple ...
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Tammy Blanchard to Guest-Star on The Big C

Tammy Blanchard

Tammy Blanchard has landed a recurring role on The Big C, Deadline reports.

The actress will appear in three episodes as Giselle, a sexy, married and uninhibited Pilates instructor whose unconventional relationship ...
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The West Wing's Allison Janney to Guest-Star on The Big C

Allison Janney

The West Wing's Allison Janney is set to guest-star on the upcoming season of The Big C, Showtime announced Tuesday.

The Emmy-winning actress will play... read more

Susan Sarandon to Play Cancer Survivor on The Big C

Susan Sarandon

Susan Sarandon is joining The Big C for the Showtime comedy's upcoming third season, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The Oscar winner, 65, will play Joy, a cancer survivor who is using her unique experience to inspire... read more

Victor Garber to Guest-Star on Showtime's The Big C

Victor Garber

Victor Garber is heading to The Big C.

The Alias and Eli Stone actor, who currently co-stars on Web Therapy, will... read more

Showtime Signs Up for More Web Therapy

Lisa Kudrow, Web Therapy

Showtime will check in for another season of Web Therapy, the network announced Monday.

Created and starring Lisa Kudrow, the series centers on Fiona Wallice (Kudrow), a self-professed therapist who treats patients for just three minutes via webcam. Among the guests planned for Season 2: Meryl Streep, Rosie O'Donnell, Conan O'Brien, Molly Shannon, Minnie Driver and Selma Blair. Lily Tomlin will return as Fiona's mother and Victor Garber is back as Fiona's husband.

Lisa Kudrow on her cable-TV comeback, Web Therapy

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Keck's Exclusives: How Victor Garber Became Charlie's Angels' Charlie

Victor Garber

Just three days before its September 22 premiere, ABC's new Charlie's Angels finally settled on an actor to replace Robert Wagner as the voice of detective agency owner Charles Townsend — former Alias star Victor Garber. "They were in a panic. I think my agent was negotiating with someone in the Emmys audience," says Garber, who has the same gentlemanly grace as the late John Forsythe, Charlie on the original series and in two feature films. "This is an out-of-the-blue, out-of-body experience. I'm just happy they settled on me."

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Keck's Exclusives: Alias' Victor Garber Cast as New Charlie

Victor Garber

When ABC premieres its new Charlie's Angels tomorrow night, the voice of Charlie will sound awfully familiar to fans of another female-driven ABC adventure series.

Victor Garber, who starred opposite Jennifer Garner as Alias' Jack Bristow from 2001-2006, will take over the... read more

Matt's Weekend Picks: Aug. 26-28

Alice St. Clair, Dan Amboyer

Who says nothing happens on the weekend before Labor Day? (And we're not talking storm preparations on the East Coast — at least not in this space.) Nowadays, TV almost never takes a holiday, and such is the case this weekend. A few highlights:

Torchwood: Miracle Day (Friday, 10/9c, Starz) I wish I could report that last week's terrific episode (Jack's 1920s flashback, which went from romantic to disturbing in a bloody flash as he was revealed as "the blessing") represented a return to form for this otherwise woefully uneven season of Torchwood. But I'm afraid we're back to the present day this week, and the action is just as ridiculously clumsy and the characters (Rex and Esther in particular) as aggravating as ever. Still, with only two episodes to go after this, I'll watch to the end.

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Roush Review: An Affair to Remember, and More Tuesday TV

Covert Affairs

Escapism is USA Network's specialty, especially in the busy summer season, and rarely achieved more effortlessly than in the appealing Tuesday night combo of White Collar and Covert Affairs. Tonight's unusually ambitious Affairs episode (10/9c) is a great escape for several reasons. It takes us far away, to exotic Istanbul — filmed on location (not exactly an everyday occurrence on a basic-cable budget), and having just returned from that region a week ago, I assure you it's as fabulous as it looks here — and as an added bonus, we're in very good company, because the story focuses on the show's not-so-secret weapon, scene-stealer Christopher Gorham's affable blind CIA agent Auggie Anderson...
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